There’s nothing like a mountain of cash to smooth the brow of Glencore’s executive and shareholders.

Fresh from the mother of all dressing-downs from anti-fraud authorities in the US, the UK and Brazil — with more to come — the company’s shares are nonetheless tipped to perform better than those of any of its rivals...

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